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Brandeis University
Co-Presenting Partners

Tauber Institute for the Study of European Jewry
Bernard G. and Rhoda G. Sarnat Center for the Study of Anti-Jewishness
Center for German and European Studies
Department of Near Eastern & Judaic Studies
International Center for Ethics, Justice & Public Life
Hebrew Language & Literature Program
American Studies Department
 

Community Co-Presenters

American
Association for
Polish-Jewish
Studies

 

Community Sponsors

Synagogue Council of Massachusetts

Dante Alighieri Society of MA

Gribetz Mencow Consultants

Mersky, Jaffe & Associates

Hakesher

Elie Wiesel Center for Judaic Studies at Boston University

 

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Business Sponsors

Venue Partners

Festival Thanks

Theodore Bikel, Eran Riklis, Nadav Lapid, Rolf Schütte, Karin Oehlenschlaeger, Anja Eckhardt, Yehuda Yaakov, Ronit Nudelman-Perl, Avital Manor Peleg, Kristen Lauerman, Brittany Holiday, Matt Lebovic, Matt Hoffman, Nora Sinclair, Margot Strom, Fran Colletti, Mark Skvirsky, Irene Pipes, Alberto Limonic, Miguel Lessing, Sylvia Fuks Fried, Sabine von Mering, Shula Reinharz, Antony Polonsky, Jonathan Sarna, Steve Whitfield, David Nathan, Beth Bernstein, Sharon Rosenberg, Sarah Shoemaker, Amy Powell, Joanne Arnish, Jean Mannion, Ingrid Schorr, Ellie Kellman, Judith Rosenbaum, Michael Zank, Sara Haskal, Udi Urman, Sara Bookin-Weiner, Helen Kadish, Justin Wyner, Judi Garner, Emmanuelle Marchand, Heidi Ulrich, Joey Baron, Dana Marine, Lindsay Zarwell, Phil Duguay, Lisa Carrier, Barbara Schneider, Tom Brown, Larry Hagar, Gary Ghika, Nathan Faustyn, Kate McEdwards, Ioana Dragomirescu, Nancy Gerstman, Michael Repsch, Lucas Verga, Jonathan Hertzberg, Neil Freidman, IFC Films, Aviva Weintraub, Jaron Gandelman, David Bramante, Howie Sandler, John Quackenbush, Elliott Rivo

Thanks to all of our Visiting Filmmakers & Special Guests

2014 Annual Appeal Leadership Support

Jules Bernstein & Linda Lipsett, Edith Everett, Righteous Persons Foundation, Reuben Auspitz & Dawn Good Elk, Susan & John Hodges, Eve & Stephen Milstein, Harvey & Susan Sherzer, Ken & Leslie Zients Pucker, Scott Birnbaum, Rachel & Brent Dibner, Phyllis Hammer, Peter Hoffenberg, Amy Mates & Billy Mencow, Eileen & Stephen Samuels, Simon Schama, Steve & Lenore Scheffer, Jane Scovell, David & Carol Mersky, Guy & Eveline Weyl, Arva Rose, Peter Banks, Herb & Wendy Bloom, Miriam Cedarbaum, Barbara & Alvin Krakow, Lynn & Jules Kroll, Joanne & Norman Matthews, Sue & Bernie Pucker, Jane Rabb, Carlos Reverendo & Fernando Leon, Rebecca Rivo, Daniel Bernstein, Mona Golabek, Miriam Jost, Jon & Marcie Pucker, Denise & Gary Rosenberg, Evelyn & Bob Simha, David Weinstein, Steven & Carol Tannenbaum, Alan & Susie Freeman, John Gillig, Robert & Doris Gordon, Elinor Gordon, George Reiss, Oscar & Margaret Rosenbloom, Boris & Irina Shrayer, Gerald & Susan Slavet, Ann Treadwell, Robert Bernacchi, Judith Kostman, Lia & Bill Poorvu, Richard & Ellen Seiden, Henry & Susan Shilling, Stephen & Lee Whitfield, Marty Zelnik, Ellen Ziskind, Kate & Josiah Auspitz, Richard & Helena Balon, Janet Buchwald & Joel Moskowitz, Jean Carrus, Jacob Goldberger, James Gould, Lynne & Mark Groban, David Israel, Mira Jedwabnik Van Doren, Yocheved Mintz, Deborah Dash Moore, Joel Rosenberg & Carol Tierney, Edie Rosenberg & Robert Gross, Amy & Rick Sands, Valya Shapiro, Marcia Torobin, Karen Tucker & Jerry Avorn, Elaine Werby, Walter & Arnee Winshall, Frank & Beverly Zweiman, Charles Brophy, Jeffrey Kravitz, Pam Berger, Eva Fogelman, Northeast Historic Film

Thanks to all of NCJF's "Reel Funder" Donors!


Film restoration of His Wife's Lover was made possible with funding from

National Endowment for the Arts, the Rita & Stanley Kaplan Family Foundation, and from donations to the NCJF Reel Funder Film Preservation Fund

Jewishfilm.2015 Festival Directors: Lisa E. Rivo & Sharon Pucker Rivo

Since 1976, NCJF—a unique independent, nonprofit film archive, distributor and exhibitor—has rescued, restored and exhibited films that document the diversity and vibrancy of Jewish life.

NCJF’s archive collection of 15,000 reels of film with Jewish content is the world’s largest outside of Israel. The Center has restored more than 100 endangered “orphan” films, the earliest from 1903. These rare films now screen worldwide and appear in hundreds of documentaries, artworks and museum exhibitions.

A world leader in the collection and exhibition of Jewish film and culture, NCJF provides consultation to 7,000 people each year. The Center supports independent filmmakers by distributing their new productions and overseeing new films produced under its aegis.

NCJF needs your help. Thousands of films exclusively owned by the Center are in critical need of preservation and digitization. The restoration of 35mm, 16mm and 8mm film is extremely costly. Without your support, these rapidly deteriorating moving images will fade into history.

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